The Governor is exercising his statutory authority (§ 24.2-603.1 of the Code of Virginia) to move the June primary elections from June 9, 2020 to June 23, 2020.
NOTICE: Primary Election: Tues., June 23, 2020
Although our office is closed to the public; you can still get Registered to Vote, Make changes to your Voter Registration and many other transactions online at: https://www.elections.virginia.gov/citizen-portal/
We encourage voters to protect their health during COVID-19 outbreak by
Voting absentee by Mail. Voters may choose reason "2A My disability or illness" for Absentee voting by Mail in the June elections due to COVID-19. Voters who choose the absentee option should do so as soon as possible so they can get their ballots in time to return them by mail by Election Day. Apply for your Absentee Ballot by Mail today at: https://www.elections.virginia.gov/citizen-portal/
June is a Dual-Party Primary and Virginia law only allows you to vote in one of these two separate elections. § 24.2-530, you must choose which ballot to receive on your application. See your ballot choices below.
Democratic Ballot-House of Representatives
Lavangelene A. Williams
Republican Ballot-U.S. Senate
Daniel M. Gade
Thomas A. Speciale II
Alissa A. Baldwin
Click here to see the Sample Ballot Copy Law § 24.2-622. Sample ballots.
Click here to see your Sample Ballot:
The mission of the General Registrar’s Office is to provide opportunities for all qualified citizens of the County of Gloucester to register to vote; to promote the integrity of the electoral process by maintaining accurate and current voter registration records used in elections; to coordinate elections so they are conducted in a manner that secures the qualified citizen’s right to vote and ensures that the results accurately reflect the voter’s will; and to be an information resource for citizens regarding voter registration, absentee voting, elections and elected officials.
The last day to get registered or make changes is: 22 days before a Primary or General Election and shorter for special elections to fill vacancies.
In-Person Absentee Voting begins: 45 days prior to the Election in which you wish to vote, visit your local registrar’s office to vote absentee in-person.
Additional Hours: The Saturday prior to a Primary and two Saturday’s prior to a General.
Last day of In-Person Absentee Voting: The Saturday prior to Election Day. The last day to request an Absentee Ballot by mail is: The Tuesday prior to Election Day.
Access your Virginia voter record online here Absentee Voting to apply to vote absentee and view your absentee ballot status, 24 hours a day! Everyone, whether in-person or by mail, in the state of Virginia must complete an Absentee Ballot Application stating the reason before receiving an Absentee Ballot.
Please use our New Vote-By-Mail Ballot Drop Box available 24/7 and securely located at the back entrance to our Building One on the porch. Do not use the Treasurer’s Drop Box.
Please know all ballots are counted, absentee ballots are counted at their own precinct on Election Day. This is our Central Absentee Precinct, referred to as the CAP.
Please return the ballot unopened in the pre-addressed envelope to our office before Election Day, so we can return you to normal status in the poll books!
Does age or disability make it difficult for you to Vote on Election Day?
You have options: Absentee by Mail, Curbside Voting, click here to see more info and Vote!
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Register to Vote or Change your Registration
Access online here Register to Vote or Change your Registration the registration site available 24 hours a day to get registered to vote or view your Virginia voter record to update your registration, also see your polling place and election district information. Please note: The deadline to register to vote also applies to updating your voter registration address. Generally the deadline for registration is three weeks before a general election and shorter for special elections to fill vacancies. If your address change is not submitted to the office of the general registrar by the applicable deadline for the election in which you wish to vote, you may not be able to vote. Please notify the general registrar of address changes promptly here.
Interested in becoming an Election Officer
We are looking for New Election Officers to help in the upcoming busy Presidential Election year with the expected higher turn-out and to assist the current officers to have a successful day. Participate so YOU can greatly enhance the voting experience for yourself and everyone else. YOU can speed up processing. YOU can shorten lines. YOU can gain great personal satisfaction from exercising your right to vote. YOU can become an Election Officer; just fill out the Request for Appointment Form.
Voter Registration Drives
To register for in-person training, email Gary Ellis. Effective July 1, 2013 all individuals or organizations requesting 25 or more voter registration applications are required to register and complete The Virginia Department of Elections certified training. For more information on how to get certified, please visit the Voter Registration Training website.
To be qualified to vote, the Constitution of Virginia requires that citizens be registered in the precinct in which they live. Don’t Forget your PHOTO ID!
Are you interested in Becoming a Candidate? You should know...
An election cycle begins on January 1 of the year that the candidate first seeks election for the office, forms may be filed any time after January 1 of the election year and before the filing deadline of the election.
A candidate must file a Statement of Organization (§24.2-947.1) and register as a candidate for campaign finance purposes within 10 days of meeting any of the requirements listed in Section 2.1.
The candidate will be required to establish a campaign committee even if the committee does not consist of any individual other than the candidate. Campaign committees are required to establish a campaign depository in a financial institution located within the Commonwealth. Personal bank accounts may not be used under any circumstances.
It is important to understand that there is more to the law than just timely filing the required campaign finance reports. As a candidate or treasurer, you should familiarize yourself with the Summary of Virginia’s Campaign Finance Laws and Policies for Candidate Campaign Committees for it will serve as a valuable resource.
Find all this information and more at The Department of Elections Website: